Minister Winston Chitando said he had last week reached a deal with a small listed company, which was expected to generate revenue of $1.4 billion over eight years from a lithium project.
Outlawed since 2001, progress is being made in ending the dangerous practice
Report says high levels of rural to urban migration has made it hard for many cities in Africa to plan for increased numbers of people
“These are day dreamers and losers. They are just wasting their time. Though they have a right to run a political party or any entity of their choice, they seem to be directionless and are bound to fail ..."
Workday sleep business comes to downtown Washington
Cancer is the second leading cause of death globally, killing nearly nine million people yearly, with about 14 million new cases being diagnosed
Britain’s Minister of State for Africa, Harriet Baldwin, said she discussed the land issue with Mnangagwa in Harare on Friday.
Fewer than 400 white farmers are still operating in the southern African nation, after former president Robert Mugabe’s government evicted more than 4,000 under an often violent land reform programme.
Spokesman says poachers are increasingly turning to poison instead of using their noisy rifles as police and park rangers increase joint patrols
The NPA extended the deadline to the end of January for Zuma to make his representations before deciding whether to proceed against him
Most victims believed to be Pakistani migrants, whose arrival numbers inexplicably have been on the rise
Simba Makoni, former finance minister and now the leader of the Mavambo Kusile Dawn party, says these changes do not bear on any one individual.